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List of County GAA Twitter Pages – Ranked by Division

Where does your county rank among the GAA Twitter pages? Twitter has become the go-to place for GAA fans looking to keep up to date with their team. When it comes to live scores, news, club activity, and whatever else there is to know, fans can likely find the information on Twitter. However, some counties are better at being on the ball. Here’s how each county stands for its Gaa Twitter pages if they were divided into divisions.

Division 4

Armagh: Mostly retweets. Does keep up to date. But, sold out big time to Domino’s and the ads are unavoidable. ‘Our Ma’ outshines the official account.


Galway: Allows other pages like ‘Galway Bay FM’ to do the heavy lifting. The Ladies Football twitter page makes up for this somewhat. Also, camogie is a big deal and they are proud of it. The obvious choice for promotion.


Kildare: Good for updates. Yet, tries to do more and just doesn’t. For emphasis, 35.3k followers doesn’t reflect the population.

Laois: Liable to be dormant Monday to Friday. Business only kind of page.

Limerick: Good for club notes, competitions, and scores. This is the problem though as it perhaps overdoes it. Meanwhile, the camogie page is purely for updates.

Longford: Good for updates. On the other hand, ‘Longford Coaching and Games’ is your page for the personal touch.

Roscommon: They’re currently running a raffle for a house in London. But I’m sure you already heard about that.

Westmeath: Another official county page that has a better alternative. For example, ‘Westmeath Coaching and Games for Life’ does the job. The camogie Twitter page saves some of the damage.

Division 3 

Cavan: Bland. Good updates. It does cover lottos, etc. In fairness, it does what it says in the bio: ‘Used for the purposes of releasing team news, giving match updates, fixtures & results etc.’.

Cork: As a fact, Cork GAA has 97.1k people to keep entertained. As a result, it perhaps tries too hard. This is a very community-based page. So much so that a separate page just for scores and game updates wouldn’t be a bad idea. The LGFA page adds much-needed points for being far more sport-focused.


Derry: Another page that has an association with Domino’s adverts. However, they are much cuter about it. Not afraid to retweet fans’ opinions. Offers well-balanced content.

Kilkenny: Has a very admin feel to it. Specifically, it is a centralised place for club updates. At least the camogie page has a sense of by the people, for the people.

Leitrim: This page does try to get fans in on the action. You may as well follow ‘Leitrim Daily’ though.

Mayo: Mayo GAA has over 73k followers to keep happy across all its Twitter pages. Neither the centralised page nor the LGFA page misses a beat. But, the reason for its low ranking is its failure to compete with the competition from ‘Ah Ref’.

Monaghan: Smooth page. Run of the mill job. Nice and steady.

Offaly: A county proud of their GAA and this is contagious. Could be competitive in Division 2.

Division 2

Carlow: Has a good followers:following ratio. Good updates, active about its clubs, inclusive page for all the county’s games. However, maybe a little reliant on IT Carlow’s popularity.

Dublin: 98.4k followers. This would be a daunting challenge for most. Nonetheless, Dublin GAA’s twitter admins are on the ball. Both the ‘Dublin GAA Official’ and ‘Dublin LGFA’ pages are impressive. They are not afraid to give their clubs the spotlight. For pages with a lot to cover, they do a great job.

Fermanagh: Great for keeping everyone in the loop. A proud county and this reflects in its Twitter activity. A good sight to see.

Sligo: Follows 299 people. Also, keeps people up to date on the underage sport in the county. Solid performer.

Tipperary: A page with a lot to cover. Yet, they go above and beyond. Has a sense of personality which is refreshing. Has separate pages for men’s, camogie, and Ladies’ Football which means it’s easy to find what you’re looking for. As well, earns major points for the use of emojis.

Tyrone: An account that doesn’t overdo it. Sticks to updates but does so in a neat and tidy manner. The use of animations is a trendy addition and easy on the eye.

Waterford: The ‘Official Waterford GAA Page’ has a kind of proud aunt feeling to it. Which is nice, if it’s your aunt. The LGFA page is where the county competes. The bio says ‘all age levels’, and delivers on this promise which is more than some do. Furthermore, the camogie page has 4781 tweets. That’s more than its 3,515 followers. Good work rate.

Wexford: Follows 701 people which is a lot more than most. The updates have a bit of life to them. On the whole, it’s easy to see why TV cameras end up there so often. If this page was a player, it would be a flashy corner forward.

Division 1

Antrim: Firstly, very active. Secondly, humorous. Then, there are polls, highlights, interviews, and live scores. Finally, they follow 1,317 people back. So refreshing. Class.


Clare: If you want to watch a game. Clare GAA will ensure you know where the live stream is available. Besides, if you miss it, they’ll offer highlights and replays. Moreover, they offer previews for minor games. An overall quality county on the Twitter scene for men’s and women’s games. Similar to a manager who’ll call you up when you miss training.


Donegal: As one of the counties with Gaeltacht areas, it embraces its Irish speakers. All pages are great for updates. In addition, these updates have detail and personality. Fits on well on the big stage. Imagine the accent when you’re reading the tweets to get the full experience.


Down: If this page sets the standard, everyone else falls short. Puts the focus on updates and nails it. It does this by including stats, graphs, and all the details that hardcore fans can pore over. Knows its purpose, and perfects it. Probably studied Sports Science in college.


Kerry: These GAA Twitter pages don’t miss much. To begin, ‘Kerry Official’ is happy to share the voice of the supporters. A quality championship is backed up by quality updates. Next, the LGFA page has a link to its Instagram page in its bio. Top drawer move. Wears white boots and tapes their socks. A brave move, but can pull it off.


Louth: Smooth operator. Good balance between updates, admin, etc. Not clustered to look at. A no-nonsense full-back who is probably the captain. Will play into their 40s.


Meath: These guys are on the ball. A smooth page that hypes up its clubs. Good interviews make this page a good visit. Moreover, the use of good microphones goes a long way. It wouldn’t be a surprise to discover Meath GAA was the first-ever Twitter member.


Wicklow: With just 17k followers, the pressure is off for this page. In contrary to this, the work rate is not absent. The presence of cool animations put this page among the best. Shows up ten minutes before kick-off and still comes out the man of the match.



3 GAA Twitter Pages to Check out

Antrim: A real feel-good experience.

Donegal: Bit of Irish, some sponsors, good for updates. Something for everyone here.

Down: Just to appreciate the work being put into this one.

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Could David Clifford be the Best GAA Player of All Time

We are all aware that the Gaelic Athletic Association has produced some stellar players over the years. Common examples include Maurice Fitzgerald and Colm Cooper. However, a new star is emerging. Some individuals claim that David Clifford could be the best that we have ever seen. Clifford brings much to the table in terms of a flexile sense of athleticism. Let’s take a look at some of the reasons why Clifford could very well rise to the top in the coming years.

Following in the Footsteps of Excellent Role Models

We need to keep in mind that Dave Clifford is still relatively young. Just as Spin online casino offers numerous games and playing options which have set it apart from other virtual providers, This is one of the reasons why he is said to have been influenced by legends such as Cooper and Fitzgerald. In fact, some analysts have claimed that he possesses the best traits of both players. Clifford is said to boast the languid speed associated with Fitzgerald as well as the mental prowess of Fitzgerald while on the pitch. This is certainly a formidable combination if he is able to leverage such traits to their fullest.

The Past as an Example of Things to Come?

Age means very little on the pitch. Previous players such as Messi and Ronaldo have firmly proven this point. The same seems to hold true when referring to Dave Clifford. This striker already has two All-Star titles under his belt. When we consider that he has only played two seasons, this leads us to wonder what the future may have in store. The other pertinent (and logical) question involves whether or not he can avoid any injuries in the months and years to come. There is no doubt that a severe injury could certainly affect his momentum at the moment.

A Mature Mentality

Talent involves much more than simply being able to score goals or to pose a formidable defence. On the contrary, some of the best players have possessed the keen ability to appreciate the mental side of the game. It seems as if Dave Clifford has already harnessed this instinct. Not only is he a true team player, but he is notable in the fact that he is not afraid to share the responsibility when things do not go as planned. This can rarely be said about such a young player and it clearly illustrates that he has the makings of a captain in the future.

It is now clear to see why many analysts are already confident that David Clifford will become one of the best GAA players of all time. However, nothing is certain and only time will tell if he is able to maintain this sense of momentum. Could Clifford represent the next Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo? We will have to wait and see. Until then, there is no doubt that fans will be in for a treat whenever he emerges onto the pitch.

Heineken 2021 Champions Cup Starting Teams – Quarter-Finals

We have all eight starting teams and squad for the four Heineken Cup quarter-final matches this weekend.

La Rochelle
Sale Sharks
Date: Sat 10 April 2021
KO: 16:00
Venue: Stade Marcel Deflandre
  • 15. Brice Dulin,
  • 14. Dillyn Leyds,
  • 13. Geoffrey Doumayrou,
  • 12. Levani Botia,
  • 11. Raymond Rhule,
  • 10. Ihaia West,
  • 9. Tawera Kerr Barlow,
  • 1. Reda Wardi,
  • 2. Pierre Bourgarit,
  • 3. Uini Atonio,
  • 4. Romain Sazy (c),
  • 5. Will Skelton,
  • 6. Grégory Alldritt,
  • 7. Kevin Gourdon,
  • 8. Victor Vito.

  • 16. Facundo Bosch,
  • 17. Dany Priso,
  • 18. Arthur Joly,
  • 19. Thomas Lavault,
  • 20. Wiaan Liebenberg,
  • 21. Thomas Berjon,
  • 22. Jules Plisson,
  • 23. Pierre Aguillon,
  • 15. Simon Hammersley,
  • 14. Byron McGuigan,
  • 13. Sam James,
  • 12. Rohan Janse van Rensburg,
  • 11. Marland Yarde,
  • 10. AJ MacGinty,
  • 9. Faf de Klerk,
  • 1. Bevan Rodd,
  • 2. Akker van der Merwe,
  • 3. Willgriff John,
  • 4. Jacobus Wiese,
  • 5. Josh Beaumont (c),
  • 6. Jean-Luc du Preez,
  • 7. Tom Curry,
  • 8. Dan du Preez.

  • 16. Curtis Langdon,
  • 17. Ross Harrison,
  • 18. Coenie Oosthuizen,
  • 19. James Phillips,
  • 20. Cameron Neild,
  • 21. Raphael Quirke,
  • 22. Robert du Preez,
  • 23. Luke James,

Referee: Andrew Brace (Ireland)

AR1: Pierre Brousset (France)

AR2: Thomas Charabas (France)

TMO: Brian MacNeice (Ireland)

Broadcasters: bein SPORTS / FR2 / BT Sport / C4 / Virgin Media

Exeter Chiefs
Leinster Rugby
Date: Sat 10 April 2021
KO: 17:30
Venue: Sandy Park
  • 15. Stuart Hogg,
  • 14. Olly Woodburn,
  • 13. Henry Slade,
  • 12. Ollie Devoto,
  • 11. Tom O’Flaherty,
  • 10. Joe Simmonds (c),
  • 9. Jack Maunder,
  • 1. Ben Moon,
  • 2. Luke Cowan-Dickie,
  • 3. Tom Francis,
  • 4. Jonny Gray,
  • 5. Jonny Hill,
  • 6. Dave Ewers,
  • 7. Jacques Vermeulen,
  • 8. Sam Simmonds.

  • 16. Jack Yeandle,
  • 17. Alec Hepburn,
  • 18. Harry Williams,
  • 19. Sam Skinner,
  • 20. Jannes Kirsten,
  • 21. Stu Townsend,
  • 22. Harvey Skinner,
  • 23. Ian Whitten,
  • 15. Hugo Keenan,
  • 14. Jordan Larmour,
  • 13. Rory O’Loughlin,
  • 12. Robbie Henshaw,
  • 11. James Lowe,
  • 10. Johnny Sexton (c),
  • 9. Luke McGrath,
  • 1. Cian Healy,
  • 2. Ronan Kelleher,
  • 3. Tadhg Furlong,
  • 4. Scott Fardy,
  • 5. Devin Toner,
  • 6. Rhys Ruddock,
  • 7. Josh van der Flier,
  • 8. Jack Conan.

  • 16. James Tracy,
  • 17. Ed Byrne,
  • 18. Andrew Porter,
  • 19. Ross Molony,
  • 20. Ryan Baird,
  • 21. Hugh O’Sullivan,
  • 22. Ross Byrne,
  • 23. Dave Kearney,

Referee: Mathieu Raynal (France)

AR1: Christophe Ridley (England)

AR2: Paul Dix (England)

TMO: Philippe Bonhoure (France)

Broadcasters: BT Sport / beIN SPORTS

Racing 92
Date: Sun 11 April 2021
KO: 13:30
Venue: Stade Chaban-Delmas
  • 15. Romain Buros,
  • 14. Santiago Cordero,
  • 13. Yoram Falatea-Moefana,
  • 12. Rémi Lamerat,
  • 11. Ben Lam,
  • 10. Matthieu Jalibert,
  • 9. Maxime Lucu,
  • 1. Jefferson Poirot (c),
  • 2. Clement Maynadier,
  • 3. Vadim Cobilas,
  • 4. Kane Douglas,
  • 5. Cyril Cazeaux,
  • 6. Cameron Woki,
  • 7. Guido Petti,
  • 8. Scott Higginbotham.

  • 16. Joseph Dweba,
  • 17. Lekso Kaulashvili,
  • 18. Ben Tameifuna,
  • 19. Thomas Jolmes,
  • 20. Alexandre Roumat,
  • 21. Yann Lesgourgues,
  • 22. Ulupano Seuteni,
  • 23. Nans Ducuing,
  • 15. Emiliano Boffelli,
  • 14. Louis Dupichot,
  • 13. Olivier Klemenczak,
  • 12. Kurtley Beale,
  • 11. Juan Imhoff,
  • 10. Antoine Gibert,
  • 9. Maxime Machenaud (c),
  • 1. Eddy Ben Arous,
  • 2. Camille Chat,
  • 3. Cedate Gomes Sa,
  • 4. Boris Palu,
  • 5. Donnacha Ryan,
  • 6. Wenceslas Lauret,
  • 7. Baptiste Chouzenoux,
  • 8. Jordan Joseph.

  • 16. Teddy Baubigny,
  • 17. Guram Gogichashvili,
  • 18. Georges Henri Colombe,
  • 19. Luke Jones,
  • 20. Ibrahim Diallo,
  • 21. Teddy Iribaren,
  • 22. Francois Trinh-Duc,
  • 23. Donovan Taofifenua,

Referee: Matthew Carley (England)

AR1: Tual Trainini (France)

AR2: Cedric Marchat (France)

TMO: Ian Tempest (England)

Broadcasters: beIN SPORTS / BT Sport

ASM Clermont Auvergne
Date: Sun 11 April 2021
KO: 16:00
Venue: Stade Marcel-Michelin
  • 15. Kotaro Matsushima,
  • 14. Damian Penaud,
  • 13. George Moala,
  • 12. Wesley Fofana,
  • 11. Alivereti Raka,
  • 10. Camille Lopez (c),
  • 9. Morgan Parra,
  • 1. Peni Ravai,
  • 2. Adrien Pélissié,
  • 3. Cristian Ojovan,
  • 4. Peceli Yato,
  • 5. Sébastien Vahaamahina,
  • 6. Judicaël Cancoriet,
  • 7. Alexandre Fischer,
  • 8. Fritz Lee.

  • 16. Etienne Fourcade,
  • 17. Daniel Bibi Biziwu,
  • 18. Rabah Slimani,
  • 19. Paul Jedrasiak,
  • 20. Thibaud Lanen,
  • 21. Arthur Iturria,
  • 22. Sébastien Bézy,
  • 23. Tim Nanai-Williams,
  • 15. Maxime Médard,
  • 14. Cheslin Kolbe,
  • 13. Zack Holmes,
  • 12. Pita Ahki,
  • 11. Matthis Lebel,
  • 10. Romain Ntamack,
  • 9. Antoine Dupont,
  • 1. Cyril Baille,
  • 2. Julien Marchand (c),
  • 3. Charlie Faumuina,
  • 4. Rory Arnold,
  • 5. Richie Arnold,
  • 6. Selevasio Tolofua,
  • 7. Francois Cros,
  • 8. Jerome Kaino.

  • 16. Peato Mauvaka,
  • 17. Clément Castets,
  • 18. Dorian Aldegheri,
  • 19. Joe Tekori,
  • 20. Thibaud Flament,
  • 21. Alban Placines,
  • 22. Baptiste Germain,
  • 23. Yoann Huget,

Referee: Luke Pearce (England)

AR1: Ludovic Cayre (France)

AR2: Jonathan Dufort (France)

TMO: Tom Foley (England)

Broadcasters: FR2 / beIN SPORTS / BT Sport